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... ever more swollen although not painful. A fellow guest from France who is a Doctor recommends that Andy goes to hospital to have it checked. SG is feeling guilty! AG is filled with dread since he has a phobia about hospitals and in particular needles. This dates back from bad childhood experiences when he was hospitalised for heart surgery for about 6 weeks. His mother’s hair turned white overnight, AG ...
... of both the Hagia Sophia & the Blue Mosque are spectacularly beautiful. It is well worth the effort to see these buildings at night as well as during the day.
*We have to pass through several unmanned toll stations. We see signs for OGS & HGS lanes through electronically operated barriers. We have bought an HGS sticker. It is adhered onto the centre of our windscreen. We don’t know what HGS stands for, we have no idea how much 'road ...
... sun would appear. Still, this town quickly stole my heart. The beautifully restored Ottoman whitewashed homes, with shuttered windows, cling to the hillsides along the cobblestone lanes.
In the center, the "Cinci Hani", a 17th Century Caravanserai, the Cinci Hamam and the grande Izzet Paşa Camii mosque are still big part of daily life of the locals. We found this an extremely delightful town and ...
... are the main attraction. All of the houses are from the ottoman times and most have been restored to what they looked like originally. There are also several old mosques and an old hotel which ottoman traders used to stay in when stopping in the town. It has been turned into a modern hotel now but some of the rooms have been kept to what they originally where and tourists can go inside and take a look around. As we were walking around the ...
The day started with a visit to the City Museum. There were displays of local items of interest. What was surprising was an extensive collection of computer hardware dating back to the late 70's. There was even an Apple II, Atari but oddly no Sinclair. We then visited the clock tower which was very interesting. The local shoemaker who looks after the clock gave us a tour and pointed out how it worked. Next stop after walking through the town was a visit to ...
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